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horn, that's in the [inaudible] that this working relationship and eternal relationship with tom, so with the team amongst mr. lee, i could understand that the relationship between san francisco and paris is not just a friendship, it could be a very efficient relationship and i will have the pleasure tomorrow to visit various places where there's a common dynamic between paris and san francisco have made innovations, technology and the spirit of enterprise and all those elements together enable a concrete relationship between paris and san francisco and even remember it last time, with had a virtual highway between san francisco and paris, we started this virtual highway, it had a lot of babies and a lot of [inaudible] in paris and in san francisco was created, were developed from this common belief that we had in innovation, in research and with the need of building economic development on new technology, on new ways of living and creating wealth and progress of the 21st century. and it's in this spirit that with [inaudible] that i'm happy to salute with all my friendship, we are go
jobs with the mayor of paris, having gone there so many times, we also have with us tom horn who is our chairman of our sister city committee which has many exchanges which we're going hear about more of them today, mayor lee, you have been mayor for almost two years, and as you know, the mayor of paris has been mayor for 11 years, and look how young he is, so there's hope for you. we have just had a meeting inside and the mate -- mayor has made a promise which tom and i and matthew, we're going to make sure he keeps that promise and he says, next year, we're going to paris, so tom horn and i are going to be the advanced team, we're leaving with the mayor on a sunday when he goes back. so, may i introduce our mayor, a newer mayor than the mayor of paris but one we are proud of and we will be hoping that he is planning the trip very soon, so may i present mayor lee. [applause]. >> thank you, charlotte. >> well, thank you, everybody, for coming here today. as you can see, there was excitement in the air when the mayor of paris comes to san francisco and i want to welcome him, i want to w
, tom horn has led a fantastic group of volunteers on our sister city committee for paris and san francisco, and he's doing a marvelous job and this again reflects how our citizenry helps our city become a better city with these sister city relationships and again i want to thank you and the audience too who are volunteers in our -- i really, really thank you from the bottom of my heart for creating such a great part of our soul of our cities, and giving us the reasons why we can be an international city, so with that, welcome, mayor, and i look forward to not only signing the semlu, and our visits of our various government officials as well as private citizens to continue instigating wonderful ideas and implementing ideas, and with that, i would like to present to you on behalf of our city and to the mayor -- >> as everybody knows, we did have our 77th anniversary of the golden gate bridge, not quite as old as some of the things in paris, and so this is a set of prints, there's many of them. >> oh, i love the golden gate. >> so beautiful. >> celebrating our 77th anniversary. >> s
're coming to the signing, more important, of the signing, but tom horn is the one as been said has been leading us, in fact, we had to put a leash on him and we have him guarded at the airport with security guards because he would be on that air france airplane almost every day if we let him so we won't let him go because he does a wonderful job, he'll present a few words and then i'll present the mayor to signs the forof understanding, may i present tom horn. >> (speaking french). mayor lee, council general, we commemorate today the 16th anniversary of our sister city of cord signed in san francisco in 1976. during this period, we have twice received official visits of the mayor of paris and paris has received three different mayors of san francisco. and each visit has led to projects and agreements between our two cities that have been beneficial and advantageous to each. there is even one exchange in the field of fashion wean the academy of art and university and the most famous fashion schools in paris that begin at the beginning of our relationship and continue stronger than ever t
the forof understanding, may i present tom horn. >> (speaking french). mayor lee, council general, we commemorate today the 16th anniversary of our sister city of cord signed in san francisco in 1976. during this period, we have twice received official visits of the mayor of paris and paris has received three different mayors of san francisco. and each visit has led to projects and agreements between our two cities that have been beneficial and advantageous to each. there is even one exchange in the field of fashion wean the academy of art and university and the most famous fashion schools in paris that begin at the beginning of our relationship and continue stronger than ever today. gladys pamer, the director of the department of fashion, gladys pamer, our sister city committee member is here today, we have worked closely in the area of public transit, thank tos you, mr. mayor, the urban furniture that you showed us in paris now exists throughout san francisco, whether it be the bus stops, public toilets or the french kiosks used to distribute newspapers or other products. thanks to
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. it is bill schulz. and if comedic genius was a fog horn, sailors would blow him during bad weather. the comedian, tom shallou. >> a block, the lede, that's the first story. >> yes, it is. well, one was on his game and the other was lame. round one went to the more mon. in wednesday night's debate, mitt aggressively attacked the economy, the health care and the deficit while obama looked like a board employee at best buy. romstein pumped himself up with a game of jenga and continued to rattle his opponent with lines like these. >> you put $90 billion like 50 years worth of breaks into solar wind and cylindra. i have a friend who says you don't just pick the winners and the losers. you pick the losers. mr. president, you are on your own plane and not your own facts. >> pining for yogurt by dannon. romney staired his opponent down and obama just stared down and stared down some more. he is sta ri ng down. wow, he looks down a lot. on thursday obama's depressed advisors said adjustments would be made. perhaps he should prepare less. >> on the left, the debate is separated into six, 15-
would legend with a wells or u.s. bank corps. >> sheila bair along with us, author of "bull by the horns." >> susie: as technology changes, so, too, does the workplace. still ahead, how freelancers and online assignmentsre changing the job market. >> tom: well, outside of that big citibank news, wall street got a series of strong earnings from bellwether companies like johnson and johnson, and positive news from homebuilders. the u.s. homebuilder's confidence index rose to its highest level since 2006, and that helped send wall street on its biggest rally in a month. the dow is up 126, the nasdaq gained 37, and the s&p is up 15. >> susie: shares of both intel and i.b.m. were lower in after- hours trading after their latest quarterly results. both companies are blwethers in the technology industry, and what they said late today could help set the stage others. ruben ramirez reports. >> reporter: while analysts saw storm clouds in i.b.m. and intel's results, both companies see their future in a different kind of cloud. intel makes the chips that power the cloud-computing servers that i.b.m
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that your children will see it. i stand with tom and now with the fdic what sheila bair. you must read her book bull by the horns, and richard fisher and harvey rosenblum. mr. fisher says very clearly our largest banks have become too complex to manage. they cannot be managed by the management of jpmorgan chase fenestration and bar clamps for a different illustration. they cannot be managed by their shareholders. we can talk about each spc and money laundering. they cannot be understood by their creditors. we have any number of failures across the european big banks and we will get to that. and that can be managed by the regulators. the largest banks in the world and in the united states should be made smaller. small enough and simple enough to fail. no funding advantage. this is not a market. there is nothing about the market in the structure. it is a vast, non-trend's parent, dangerous government subsidy scheme. you, the american taxpayer to merkley and indirectly stand behind the balance sheet and the rest of jpmorgan chase whether you like it or not this encourages them to get bigger a
, and i doubt that your children will see it. i stand with tom hoenig, formerly the kansas fed and now the fdic, with sheila bair, former head of the fdic -- you must read her book, "bull by the horns," -- and with richard fisher and harvey rosenblum of the dallas fed. fisher says our largest banks cannot be managed, see barclays involvement in libor for a different illustration. they cannot be managed by their shareholders -- we can talk about hsbc and standard chartered, money laundry -- they cannot be managed or understood by their creditors. we have any number of failures across the european big banks to look at for that. and they cannot be managed by their regulators, by their supervisors. the largest banks in the world and in the united states should be made smaller, small enough and simple enough to fail. no funding advantage. these -- this is not a market. there is nothing about a market in the structure. it is a vast, nontransparent, dangerous government subsidy scheme. you, the american taxpayer, directly or indirectly particularly through the federal reserve stand behind the
, tom hanks, damaged sort of his squeaky clean image today. find out why he's apologizing. stay with us here in "the situation room." dad vo: ok, time for bed, kiddo. lights out. ♪ (sirens) (train horn) ♪ vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> a down day on wall street. lisa sylvester's monitoring that, some of the other top stories in "the situation room." what happened? >> hi, wolf. the dow sank 205 points today. all three indexes down nearly 2% marking the worst day on wall street since june. and a fire today destroyed an iconic symbol of the texas state fair. according to the dallas morning news investigators suspect an electrical problem touched off the blaze inside the giant cowboy big tex. he's been welcoming visitors to the dallas fairgrounds for some 60 years. officials promise he's going to be rebuilt better than ever. and actor tom hanks, he's probably about the last person you would expect to swear on live television. unfortunately for him though that's just what happened today on "good morning ameri
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